PUBLISHED: 22:27, Tue, Oct 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 22:32, Tue, Oct 1, 2019
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has suggested the UK could not leave the bloc with a deal while EU politicians believed there were Remainers in Parliament wanting to prevent Brexit. Mr Farage explained that despite Boris Johnson’s efforts he may be stopped from going ahead with a plan to pitch his agreed deal and a no-deal Brexit to Parliament. He also warned that the EU may force a second referendum on the UK out of a desire to see the UK remain in the bloc. Mr Farage finished by claiming the European Union "fear we could become more successful" in the event of a clean break Brexit.
LBC requested listeners message into the show to state whether they believed the UK would leave the EU on October 31 with a deal, no deal or suffer an extension.
Responding to a text, Mr Farage said: “I think Pete in Wantage makes a very important point that is worth us thinking about.
“He says: 'I believe there is absolutely no way there will be a deal while the EU believe there are MPs willing to thwart Brexit'.
“Pete, you have put your finger on something important.
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Nigel Farage hinted at the possibility of a second referendum if Boris fails Brexit (Image: LBC)
Boris Johnson has insisted that talks with the EU have been progressive and a deal can be reached